The former Peterborough County jail yard was the backdrop for the unveiling of a new true crime book.
It’s about the murder of a 74-year-old Norwood woman more than a century ago. And the trial of the 17-year-old killer who was executed.
“Young Enough to Die” was written by Ed Arnold, former managing editor of The Peterborough Examiner. 400 copies of the book are being printed and are available at the The Examiner on Hunter Street, the County court house and at Lang Pioneer Village.
Ed Arnold talks about the book: